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Blomquist, Rachel (SFS'16). "Ethno-Demographic Dynamics of the Rohingya-Buddhist Conflict." Georgetown Security Studies Review (2015): 5-33.
Chapman, Andrew (SFS'16). "Japan’s Proactive Pacifism in Action: Supporting International Law and Stability in the South China Sea." New Perspectives in Foreign Policy 9 (2015): 22-26.
Corrado, Jonathan (SFS '17). "North Korea's Propaganda Problem." Foreign Affairs, March 13, 2016. https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/north-korea/2016-03-13/north-koreas-propaganda-problem
Duffley, Robert (COL'13). “Information Technology and Control in the DPRK.” Cornell International Affairs Review 5 (2011): 47-54.
Ha, Jeonghoon (SFS’11). “The Need for More Smart Power: Strategic Implications of US Military Assistance to Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand for US Foreign Policy.” Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs 11 (2011): 164-176.
__________. “U.S.-Burma Relations: The Necessity for a Different Approach.” The Dialectics: Journal of Leadership, Politics, and Society 4 (2010-11): 63-65.
He, Lisa (SFS'11). “South Korea’s Nuclear Development Assistance in Southeast Asia: The Implications and Challenges of the Security Environment in the 21st Century.” Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies: Emerging Voices 22 (2011): 7-28.
Jacobs, Erik (MASIA '18). "A Chance to Get Closer to Japan." POLICY 33, no. 4 (Summer 2017-2018): 21-24.
Kim, Jonathan (COL'12). “Korean LGBT: Trial, Error, and Success.” Cornell International Affairs Review 5 (2012): 79-86.
Long, Yingxian (SFS '16). "China’s Decision to Deploy HYSY-981 in the South China Sea: Bureaucratic Politics with Chinese Characteristics." Asia Security 12, no. 3 (2016): 148-165.
Nesbitt, Peter (SFS'12). “North Koreans Have Cell Phones: Why Cell Phones Won't Lead to Revolution and How They Strengthen the Regime.” Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies: Emerging Voices 22 (2011): 8-26.
Park, Diana (SFS'09). “Energy Insecurity as a Driving Force for South Korea’s Weapons Exports.” Columbia Journal of Politics and Society 20 (2009): 18-38.
Pollmann, Mina (SFS'15), and Alan Tidwell. "Australia's Submarine Technology Cooperation with Japan as Burden-Sharing with the USA in the Asia-Pacific." Australian Journal of International Affairs (2015): 1-20.
Rinehart, Ian (Consortium'11). “Nothing to be Afraid Of?: North Korean Political Economy and Economic Reform.” Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies: Emerging Voices 22 (2011): 8-20.
Song, Jooyoung (SFS'11). “Understanding China’s Response to North Korea’s Provocations.” Asian Survey 51 (2011): 1134-1155.
Yang, Zi (SFS'16). "State-regulated Islam and its Internal Security Implications for China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region." Georgetown Security Studies Review (2015): 129-147.